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5 days ago

Interview Logistics Coordinator

Day & Zimmermann Philadelphia, PA

Interview Logistics Coordinator needed for a Full Time employment opportunity supporting Yoh RPOs client located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania… CareerBuilder

15 days ago

Technology Campus Recruiter

Day & Zimmermann Philadelphia, PA

Technology Campus Recruiter needed for a Full Time opportunity supporting Yoh RPOs client located in Philadelphia, PA. The Big Picture Top Skills… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

Technical Recruiter

Day & Zimmermann Philadelphia, PA

Technical Recruiter needed for a Full Time Contract opportunity supporting Yoh RPOs client located in Philadelphia, PA. The Big Picture Top Skills… CareerBuilder

23 days ago

Senior Estimators - Mechanical and Civil

Day & Zimmermann Philadelphia, PA

Assist in obtaining quotes from material suppliers, equipment vendors and subcontractors. Develop and apply labor factors based on site conditions… CareerBuilder

16 days ago

.NET Developer

Day & Zimmermann Philadelphia, PA

· Responsible for development of corporate and customer focused desktop and mobile applications · Performs project lifecycle activities leveraging…

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Day & Zimmermann Chairman and CEO Hal Yoh III
Hal Yoh III
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    Good people, outdated tech and policies

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    I have been working at Day & Zimmermann full-time


    There really are great people here at DZ that make coming to work a pleasurable experience. We have a great working environment here when management stays out of it. Flex schedules are available. DZ is a big name in engineering. Compensation can be fair sometimes, but typically we are well below what the market demands.


    * Outdated tech is holding us back. Management refuses to even consider modernizing our web presence, process, procedures, etc. to compete * Some VPs are very 'old school' here and take on a my way or the highway mentality. They won't approve any change or any new ideas and they are intimidated by modern technology. * I've been exposed to several situations where employment laws were broken or I was asked to compromise my ethics. I have been ordered by my superior not to report these violations or risk losing my job. When I made my concerns known I was threatened with being fired and told that I needed to learn to get along with my co-workers. * Upper management often play political games with your career, blocking you from available promotional opportunities. * Overall the company is stuck in the past. Just look at our web presence if you need any confirmation of that. * Safety is supposedly the first priority, but managers often compromise employee safety by ignoring weather conditions or by circumventing safety requirements altogether. When it comes to safety, no one should be doubting you. If there's a safety issue, then you STOP THE WORK until it is safe. Period. That is what it means for safety to be your first priority. * DZ does not promote from within or develop its employees. Overall, the company is very poorly run. Antiquated policies keep us from being competitive in the market place. Old school mentalities hold employees back from being developed and create internal ethical conflicts. DZ's stated values are not their actual values in practice.

    Advice to Management

    Some of the old school guys have got to go. When you have people that think that a website with a link on it is 'modern' you know you have issues. Embrace change, embrace new ideas and get rid of the ego - DZ is far from the best company out there and it needs to change to be able to compete. Look internally for people with potential, then give them opportunities to better themselves through education, certifications and seminars. Live up to your safety creed - if safety truly is your # 1 concern, then stop forcing employees into unsafe working conditions by threatening their jobs.

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